Yes. With anki, you can select a "deck", which is basically a set of image files of kanji flashcards, and answers. (It varies between what deck you choose). For example, since you're using Heisig's books, I would download the deck titled "Remembering the Kanji 1-2042", or something like that. They have other decks, for instance decks which are geared towards learning the sets of kanji used in the different JLPT levels, and then they have decks which group kanji based on certain themes. (I think, I cant completely remember). They might also have decks on compounds. Of course, there is no charge to download a deck.
Personally, I've put Kanji to the side. I find I learn better when I devote my entire mental faculties to It. Due to school work, its difficult to take the time to study and practise writing them, as opposed to the Grammar Newsletters and Interactive Audio Course, which I do in the car, on the bus, etc.